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UnVail gets Deer Valley, but what will it do with it?

UnVail—no name has been chosen for new KSL Capital Parnters/Crown family business—is getting Deer Valley, but what will it do with it and other ski areas?
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Who gains as the ski industry gets a second big whale?

Last week’s ski industry announcements by Aspen Skiing and KSL Capital Partners have implications from the Atlantic to the Pacific, both in Canada and the U.S. Continue reading

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Building climate bridges, not walls

Instead of hurling the epithet “climate denier” across the wall, the climate change movement needs to more assiduously build bridges to middle America.
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Aspen Skiing Co.’s two new Limelight hotels

Vail parties join Aspen Skiing to finish project Base Village at Snowmass SNOWMASS VILLAGE, Colo. — A deal has been struck that will likely yield the long-delayed completion of Base Village, the major upgrade to Snowmass. But while that’s big news … Continue reading

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The murkiness of voluntary RECs

Credit Telluride with busting its butt to decarbonize municipal and eventually community functions. But did purchase of $18,250 worth of RECs from the Ridgway hydroelectric unit really achieve it? Continue reading

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High-flying at Whitefish Mountain Resort

Whitefish Mountain Resort got more aggressive after the resort’s ownership became private in 2006-2007. The new owners have invested heavily in both the winter and summer products. But it’s a somewhat different crowd than arrives for skiing and snow riding. Continue reading

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Whistler’s changing climate and energy shift

Whistler Blackcomb has benefited from the warming climate even as it has made itself more resilient to declining snow. But it remains vulnerable.
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Aspen Skiing Co. goes for LEED gold

Aspen Skiing Co. routinely seeks LEED gold certification, but vice president David Corbin admits building controls can be frustrating. Continue reading

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